Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Red Blend, Goats in Villages 07'

naked wine review 49
wine:Shiraz Pinotage-Goats in Villages
producer:the Goats do Roam Wine Company
vintage: 07'
region:South Africa
date tasted:8/23/10
place tasted:day three of the Camp Tuffit experience. i was sharing time with Cherlin, Kyle, Tavish, Rose, Dennis, Frank, Rebecca, and all the little Freds that run around camp.... i remember us sitting out front of Helen & John, enjoying each others company while inhaling the pleasant aroma of a succulent lamb roast coming from inside the cabin. sometimes, life is very very kind indeed.
served with:succulent lamb roast, basmati, salad; and some amazing cheese snacks. thanks Cher!
appearance:sexy, deep black cherry red.
scent:of dates and plums smashed on railroad tracks; with a tiny hint of cardamom.
taste:of tobacco growing around a fig tree planted in an oak barrel near a pile of new tires; with thick, chewy tannins in the shape of gentle twinkling stars. finish smacks of dense fruit wrapped in peach fuzz and bids you an eloquent and classy farewell.
balance:viscous, luscious meaty legs; and so very sticky! she moves like a naked erotic dancer, and can make you blush like a school girl.
comments:a most delightful wine. you should keep at least one bottle around the house at all times. you'll crave it like chocolate once you've experienced it. hey, it would be great with chocolate!...go to for that.

rating:3.8 stars